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Old   March 1, 2017, 22:02
Default Problem with writing solution file frequency for unsteady case - bug?
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Hi,

I'm using the latest SU2 5.0. I have problem with writing solution file frequency for unsteady case.

I used dual time stepping 2nd order for my unsteady problem and I set

WRT_SOL_FREQ = 250

to write output every 250 timesteps.

However, it writes output every timestep. Is there a bug? Is there anyway to adjust since my hdd fills up very fast if it writes output every timestep.

Thanks
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Old   March 2, 2017, 06:53
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Hi,

in case you are using dual-time stepping use the option WRT_SOL_FREQ_DUALTIME to set the output frequency.

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